KARACHI: Intelligence Agencies have made another break through in the Sehwan Sharif blast.
Two local government officials affiliated with the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) have been ‘picked up’ in connection with the Sehwan blast.
Muneer Khan Jamali Jangwani and Abdul Aziz Jamali Hamlani, the representatives of Chinni and Kamal Khan union councils, respectively, were among four men picked up from Muneer’s autaq in Johi, a rural town in Dadu.
“Police say they are in custody of intelligence agencies,” Muneer’s uncle, Jangoo Khan Jamali Jangwani said.
Jangoo identified the other two men picked up from Muneer’s autaq as Habibullah and Ghulam Rasool.
According to initial reports, the quartet, whose names had surfaced during the investigation of the Sehwan blast, were picked up on February 17.
Meanwhile, law enforcement agencies have yet to disclose identities of the suspects detained following the blast at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar’s shrine.